Tagged: Novels

The Princess Bride – A Book Review

The Dread Pirate Roberts. Inigo. Fezzik. The six-fingered man. Prince Humperdink. Buttercup. Westly. All the favorite characters that I met first through the movie (much as I hate to admit that I’d seen the movie...

Novel Writing & Playwrighting Similarities

A novel is a larger slice of life than a play. Reader’s don’t follow a character from birth until death (usually) so it would make sense that there are items left open or unresolved when the story wraps itself up…

Book Haul – June 2017

The last time I wrote up a book haul post was around Christmas I believe. Oh man, it’s been a while since I’ve bought any books. I had told myself a few months ago that...

Dark Matter – A Book Review

***This post may contain affiliate links which helps maintain this blog. For more information visit Support the Writer.*** “Are you happy with your life?” What if you woke up and found yourself in a world...

Confessor – A Book Review

“It’s the end of the world as we know it. It’s the end of the world as we know it. And I feel fine.” (Thank you REM for giving me the perfect way to think about...

Writing States 6.11.17

Oh, oh, it’s been much longer than I thought since my last Writing States post. I guess I’ve been focused on trying to write and make progress that I’ve let these updates fall to the...

Dark Enchantment – A Review

Dark Enchantment is the third book in Anya Bast’s Dark Magick series. Unlike the first two books in this series, our female protagonist is a human instead of a fairy.

The Roanoke Girls – A Review

The Roanoke Girls is a mystery/thriller about the lives of the Roanoke family. The story follows Lane Roanoke specifically, but also presents flashes from the lives of other girls in this family.

Writing States 3.26.17

This is my weekly update every Sunday about the progress of my writing projects, i.e. my novels, short stories, flash fictions, etc.. I find I tend to start a lot of projects at once and...

Glory in Death – A Review

The first of two books read last week, Glory in Death is the second book in J.D. Robb’s In Death series. I enjoyed this new case with our heroine Eve Dallas as much as I did the first novel, Naked in Death. In this second novel, readers learn more about Eve’s personal life outside of her work as a cop.